Wondrous Scholarships for Students in Wyoming for 2019 – 2020
Financing college tuition can be like coal mining: you have to dig and search through a vast selection of websites and forms, only to feel a little more confused than when you started.
But that’s why we’re here to help you with your scholarship search. For instance, did you know that local scholarships are often less competitive–meaning there’s a higher chance of winning that scholarship award money? At Going Merry, we bring local and statewide scholarships to you.
Check out this list of Wyoming scholarships.
Provider: The Shelley Fund (Charity Smith)
Amount: Up to $500
The Shelley Fund, established in 2017, is a tribute to the passions and purpose of Shelley Simonton. Shelley was an advocate for female leaders in Wyoming. She was a lifelong learner; passionate about the English language: reading and writing.
Provider: Activia Training
Activia Training is pleased to offer a $1,500 annual scholarship for college, university, high school or trade school students in the US. There is no specific course of study required, and you can use the money in whatever way that you feel benefits your studies the most.
Provider: ACMPE Scholarship Fund Inc.
The ACMPE Scholarship Fund Inc. (SFI) is a program that supports individuals who, by virtue of experience, current position and future career plans, demonstrate potential to contribute to MGMA’s mission of transforming healthcare.
Provider: University of Wyoming
Preference for funding from the Dean’s office is given to students who are enrolled in the College of Education and who are presenting at a conference during the semester of the award application. In addition, preference will be given to those receiving funds for the first time during the academic year. If funds are sufficient, support will also be given to students who are only attending a conference.
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Still need additional financial aid and college scholarships?
Financing college tuition can be quite the process. How do you know what to do first?
Well, start by submitting your FAFSA form as soon as possible on or around October 1 since this will help determine what financial aid you might qualify for. (More information on FAFSA, and calculating your Expected Family Contribution here.)
Next, check out these Wyoming scholarships to apply for:
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